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Worker shortages in Canada due to TFW exits

Worker shortages in Canada due to TFW exits A rule introduced by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) in April 2011, has started causing worker shortages in Canada.  This rule which put a four year cap on work permit holders, before they had to leave Canada, just celebrated its fourth birthday this month.   This regulation requires each of the Foreign workers, ... Read More »

Express Entry Explained

Express Entry Explained Express Entry has started accepting Canada immigration applications on 1st January 2015. At Canadian Visa Services (CanadianVisa.com), we have received many inquiries asking how the new system will work.  What is expected from the clients, and how this system differs from the earlier system.   In this post we are summarizing the key steps in the new system ... Read More »

Employment in Canada as per Stats Experts

It is interesting to see that out of 10 Provinces of Canada, employment rate is increasing in 6 Provinces steadily. And compared to that, it is also nice to see that weekly earnings for most of the professions is also rising in 6 provinces out of 10 in Canada in past year. To get into the employment stream of this stable ... Read More »

Occupational Information Canada – Heavy Equipment Mechanics

Occupational Information Canada Heavy Equipment Mechanics Watch this video Video 1 Occupational Information Canada Heavy Equipment Mechanics   Watch this video Video 1   Occupational Information Canada – Mecánica de Equipo Pesado Mecánica de Equipo Pesado Vea este vídeo video 1   Occupational Information Canada Heavy Equipment Mechanics   Watch this video Video 1   Read More »

Jobs for new immigrants in Canada

Jobs for new immigrants in Canada Some highlights from recent news reports about jobs in Canada, especially with regard to new immigrants About 214,000 new jobs were created in the past year, mostly in the manufacturing and construction industries. Statistics Canada reported more than half of this number was generated just in March and April this year. The demands are ... Read More »

Welder Jobs in Canada

Welder Jobs in Canada In the high growth provinces (states) of Canada like Alberta and Saskatchewan, new openings for Welders are regularly posted. In the month of April 2012, Saskatchewan alone posted closed to 400 new welder vacancies. Recruiters prefer candidates who have permanent residence status in Canada. If you are located outside Canada, and are looking to apply for ... Read More »

Canada set to fast track foreign workers

Canada set to fast track foreign workers The Canadian government is making it easier for employers to bring in temporary foreign workers. Human Resources Minister Diane Finley has said that the changes being made by the federal government to the temporary foreign worker program will make it more efficient and responsive to Canada’s labour market needs. Employers wanting to hire ... Read More »

Statistics Canada releases employment report for June 2011

Payroll employment, earnings and hours – Statistics Canada In June, average weekly earnings of non-farm payroll employees increased 0.3% from the previous month to $876.27. On a year-over-year basis, average weekly earnings were 3.0% higher compared with June 2010. Publish Date: 08/25/2011 8:30 http://www.statcan.gc.ca/daily-quotidien/110825/dq110825a-eng.htm???????????? – ????? ???????????????????0.3??876.27?????????????????????2010?????????3.0?? ?????2011?8?25?8:30 http://www.statcan.gc.ca/daily-quotidien/110825/dq110825a-eng.htm nómina de empleo , ganancias y horas – Estadísticas Canadá En junio, ... Read More »

Canada pay scale calculator

Canadian Visa Services - Canada Immigration

Canada Pay Scale Canadian pay scale calculator is now available on the Canadian Visa site. Click here to continue, and look in the right hand side.  Enter your occupation and Click on Go.  You can get a national level salary estimate or you can choose to specify a city/province for a more local estimate.   Much better data than salary surveys ... Read More »

Canada’s IT skills shortage pegged at over 50,000 workers

Dancing on the glass ceiling According to CATAAlliance, Canada’s IT skills shortage is over 50000 workers. Some industry professionals argue that recruiting more women into the industry is one way to combat that. It’s not just about getting women to like … Read the report on IT Business.ca http://www.itbusiness.ca/it/client/en/home/News.asp?id=63741?“?????”??? ?CATAAlliance????? IT???????50000??????????????????????????????????????????????… ??????IT Business.ca HTTP :/ / www.itbusiness.ca/it/client/en/home/News.asp?id=63741 en el techo ... Read More »